March music events

MSU Texas Department of Music schedules variety of musical events

All the facets of Midwestern State University’s Fain College of Fine Arts Department of Music will be on display in March. Performances are scheduled which will suit a variety of musical tastes.

At 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 10, the Department of Music will throw Beethoven a 250th birthday bash with Associate Professor of Music Matthew Luttrell conducting the Communiversity Orchestra in Akin Auditorium. They will perform Beethoven favorites including the Overture to Egmont; Symphony No. 7, Movement II; and Symphony No. 5, Movement I.

The audience will be immersed in the sounds of all aspects of the music program as they unite for a PRISMS concert at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, March 12, in Akin Auditorium. Various instrumental and choral ensembles will perform in different areas of the auditorium with few gaps between numbers, featuring everything from opera excerpts, jazz solos, and string quartets, to standard concert band music. “This is the best the music department has to offer in all aspects of the program,” Luttrell said.

Guest artist Andy Smith will perform on tuba at 5:30 p.m. Saturday, March 28, in Akin Auditorium. Smith is Director of Bands and Assistant Professor of Low Brass at Campbell University and principal tuba for the Fayetteville Symphony Orchestra. He is an active performer and educator on low brass, as well as an active adjudicator, clinician, and director for the marching arts.

Admission is free for all performances. Call 940-397-4267 for more information.

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